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we begin with your traffic and weather every 10 minutes. we're going to check in with jim russ in for lisa baden. first here's meteorologist adam caskey. >> fantastic labor day weekend in century. good way to round out the holiday this monday. low humidity, comfortable conditions and yes, another day full of sunshine. to start our monday morning, in the low to mid 50's up and down the shenandoah valley. fairfax 60. gathersburg at 59. 52 in winchester. so here's your forecast for today. a lot of sunshine. humidity low. very comfortable. tonight is going to be another comfortable night. you can let the fresh air circulate through the windows. a few degrees warmer when we start the day tomorrow morning. mid 60's downtown.
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closser to 60 degrees in the outlying areas. >> our top story now. another act of violence near a local college campus. for the third time since school started, a student was beaten and robbed in college park. it happened on harwick road on route one not too far from two earlier robberies. courtney robinson is live with more details. >> good morning, scott. one of the attacks actually happened along the road at a bus stop. this is just one of the three that has taken place in the last 10 days in the very early hours of the morning, of course,, putting students on edge. >> three separate robberies near the university of maryland campus has students on edge. >> i do fear for my life sometimes. and it's not a good feeling. >> 2:00 a.m. saturday, prince george's county officers say four men attacked a student walking alone on harwick road. officers tell us while one man
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tried to punch a student, another took his wallet and emptied it. >> the suspects are 2ke689 trying to outnumber the amount of victims, so they have the advantage when they assault them. >> according to officers that's what happened august 29 right in front of a large apartment complex, five men attacked three students waiting for a bus at bureau win house road while two of the victims got away unharmed, the men robbed and beat the third student. just two days earlier a similar robbery ended with the arrest of a 15-year-old and this man, maxie. officers believe they and a number of others tried to pull two female students from a car in this hotel lot on rout one. >> that's not how you want your college experience to be at all. you want to feel safe. >> and campus public safety making students aware of these attacks. if you have any information, you're asked to call police. reporting live, courtney robinson.
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abc 7 news. >> now to a developing story in north d.c. where police are searching for a gunman who opened fired on a crowd of people. at the 300 block of 53rd street, police say two girls and a man were hurt in this drive-by shooting. >> and new this morning. a fire at a home on davis drive in suitland. so far there is no word on what caused this fire, how extensive the damage was or whether anyone was injured. we'll bring you more information on that story as soon as we get it. >> 14 d.m.v. offices throughout virginia will be open today. a computer glitch prevented the d.m.v. from processing drivers licenses and i.d. cards for about a week. today the offices will be open from 8:00 a.m. to noon today including offices in fair oaks, leesburg and woodbridge. five metro red line stations
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will be closed because of track work. they aretracktracktrack. -- they are tacoma, silver spring, forest glen, wheaton and glenmont. they are making 13wr06789s along an eight-mile stretch of track. they are expected to reopen in time for tomorrow morning's rush hour. >> president obama is set to unveil a new plan to boost the stalled economy. the president will ask congress to increase and permanently extend a tax credit for businesses to do more research and development. as the white house emphasizes small economic successes, republicans say it's too little, too late. >> we've had eight straight months of private secter job gain. >> the economic policies have failed. you can argue about jobs created and jobs stimuluses, they said
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-- >> schools in northern virginia reopen tomorrow with more students than ever, and tighter budgets. fairfax county schools have about 3200 more students this year. and 34.5 million less to spend. the school system will cut spending per student by about $300 and there will be more student fees including $100 for each sport played. >> people in eastern canada are cleaning up the damage left behind after the storm moved through this weekend. it knocked down power lines and trees, including this one that knocked down a tree on a home in nova scotia. and tropical storm warning now in effect for the south texas coast. it could dump several inches of rain in that area. it's 5:05. i'm still weighing up. can anyone tell?
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>> 5:09 on this labor day morning. quiet in rosslyn. comfortable. feels fantastic outside. great day today. a lot of sunshine. low humidity. a few degrees warmer than yesterday. but still comfortable. the forecast for the next several days, right now reagan national 53. frederick 52. martinsburg at 58. tomorrow just a few degrees warmer. same story until wednesday. upper 80's on tuesday and wednesday as we go back to work and first day of school for many kids tomorrow.
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we'll start the day in the 06's. a few clouds. bewe'll -- we'll get clouds dropping the temperature to near 08 for thursday and friday. this is the september weather. fantastic. more on tropical storm hermine coming up. >> and that weather,ly take. thank you, adam. we're going to check on traffic right now. it's a beautiful morning. and a beautiful day on the roads. scott, when can you say this in the d.c. area? uh, never. >> that it's that empty. so if you are heading in today, here's a quick look at camera shots. mixing bowl for you. you can see, very little traffic. it's light going and should be for most of the morning. 395 at route 27, washington
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your favorites, in pieces. >> all right now our top stories about 5:15 this morning, investigators are looking for four people who attacked and robbed a university of maryland student. it happened early yesterday morning on hart wick road in college park. the student suffered minor injuries. this is third such attack on university of maryland students in the past 10 days. president obama will hit the road this week to unveil a new jump-start the economy, he's expected to call on congress to extend and expabbed a tax credit allowing businesses to write off development costs. he may also endorse a payroll tax holiday for new hires. u.s. troops help iraqi forces repell an attack on a military come found in baghdad. this is the first time they have been called into action since their u.s. combat mission ended
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last week. 12 people were killed in that attack. scott? >> turning now to the d.c. mayor's race. people took advantage of the holiday weekend to cast their ballots more than 3300 people voted on saturday at five locations. voters didn't have to wait more than 15 minutes. early morning centers will be open 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. it marks the final stretch but here at home a few warnings for voters. authorities in maryland h.d. are on the lookout for voters ballots and breaian carter has more. >> good morning. a warning certainly for voters both in maryland and in the district this morning. maryland a ballot that looks real. it even says it's the official democratic ballot. but authorities say it's fake. >> candidates are concerned this
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will trick voters. attorney general is looking into the ballot. small print it says by authority for the citizens for change, a group that officials say doesn't exist. >> this is a completely fictitious election economy. -- commee. they were never register sterd and never raised money and weren't filed with the state. >> one candidate hopes authorities will look into what he calls an upsetting robeo call. both candidates running against graham deny having anything to do with it. we will play you a portion of that robo call. >> thank you. u.s. muslims are boosting security at mosques. ahead of this week's 9/11 anniversary. >> no mosque at ground zero. >> as protests intensify at a mosque islamic center around ground zero area.
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some muslim americans are now airing ads proclaiming their loyalty to america to prevent them from retalentuating in pro advocated. >> and cleaning up cragse list could be more difficult than it sounds. we have that story and more. >> in today's "tech bytes," controversy surrounds craig's list even after the website removed its adult servicesed a. an investigation by abc reisraelis ads for adult services could still be found. some alluded to exchange for cash for sexual services. craig's list has not commented. >> apple's ping has many users. many are criticizing it, because it doesn't interact with aye tunes collections so users can't tell each other what they are actually listening to. >> and facebook is unclear when
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the new feature like twitter is going to be installed. >> time now for traffic on this labor day morning. >> yes. beautiful. all because of you. adam caskey, round of applause. >> yes. yahoo. >> i love these september weekends. we lose about two minutes of daylight every day. it really impacts the amount of solar radiation you get from the sun. so it impacts our tells. into the fall pattern. >> it all goes together. >> let's talk about tropical storm hermine. the newest tropical storm. overhead we have high pressure. but going to the south, maximum sustained winds at 40 miles per hour. it is barely a tropical storm. pushing off to the northwest over the next couple of days and make landfall on the extreme south west texas coastline.
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most likely staying a tropical storm. not expecting this to develop into a hurricane. it will bring heavy rainfall as these systems normally do then drift off to north texas by the middle and end of the week with more showers associated with it. more often these types of tropical system, they can be drought busters or flood makers. so you have to keep an eye on those with the ones that aren't as strong and don't have the high pressure winds. >> a lot of sunshine, a few showers in the upper midwest. they are not going to make it here. high pressure is going to protect us from those showers, but i know we could use some of that rain. dry pattern until next weekend. temperatures, we're in the 50's and even some 40's. 46 in cumberland. leesburg, 51. blewy at 59. frederick at 54.
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a fantastic monday, another comfortable start to the day. very refreshing outside. yesterday the high of 82 degrees, exactly average for this time of year. the high pressure system overhead will slide off to the east. it will move offshore giving us the southerly wind. that gives us the southerly wind, what we call the return flow, and that makes it warmer. it's going to warm up just a little bit over the next couple of days. mid 80's. low humidity with a lot of sunshine. perfect labor day. tonight, clear skies. comfortable. seasonal. in the upper 50's in the far outlying areas. tomorrow, still very sunny. not too humid but warmer. in the upper 80's for tuesday and wednesday. going back to school tomorrow. first day for many kids, especially in virginia. cooling with sunshine this whole week.
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but maybe some showers by sunday morning. >> 5:20 manage. 62-63 degrees outside. >> we're going to take a quick look at our roadways as you head in this labor day morning. very light traffic. that's 495 in maryland. takings a look around the district. there's the mixing bowl. light traffic all the way around the city as we head into work these days. for those who do on labor day, usually quiet. >> looking good, but we'll keep tabs on it and let you know. >> well, the albert haynesworth saga. hear what coaches had to say about the man's $100 million effort. >> and former american idol winner fantasia addresses all the tabloid headlines today at 4:00 on abc 7.
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>> the outlook for the new york jets season took a huge turn tort positive, the jets and all-pro corner back darryl revis agreed to a contract. he had been holding out for a multi million-dollar pay raise. >> the prospects for redskins, a little more rosie this morning, at least in terms of the first
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game. >> coach mike shanahan has gone on the record to say he expects donovan mcnabb to start sunday against dallas. meanwhile hanes swort unlikely to start. the coach felt his performance against arizona was quote awful. ooh, burn. >> not good. >> you don't have to wait until sunday for a great game at fedex field. virginia tech will take on boise state tonight. a hokey win over boise state would immediately vault tech into -- crush any pretension held by the boys from idaho. any horses in that race? >> not but it will be town watch. >> the nationals clench their first road series since mid may with a win over the pirates yesterday. too bad they don't travel pittsburgh more often. adam dunn, his 34th of the year. the nats took the dreadful bucks
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to the woodshed winning 8-1. the seop also saw a big name fall on sunday. stanislav wawrinko won. and rafael nadal won. seeking his first u.s. open championship. >> it's about 5:26 and 62 degrees outside. the news continues with good morning, washington at 5:30. >> still ahead in our next half-hour. jet blue's most infamous flight attendant. 4's flying solo these days. >> this labor day no picnic for unemployed americans. the president says he has a new plan. i'm emily schmidt in washington. that story coming up. >> it's a fantastic day.
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>> i do fear for my life sometimes. and it's not a good feeling. >> straight ahead this half-hour students on high alert after another violent attack near a local college campus. good morning, washington, it is monday, september 6, this labor day. i'm scott duman. >> i'm in for alison. adam caskey has a check on our forecast. >> it is low humidity. comfortable conditions. great weekend so far. couldn't complain about a thing this weekend. blue skies. temperature fantastic. normally labor day turns out to be a pretty good holiday for us. we transition to cooler conditions. we've had comfortable, high
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temperatures. yesterday only 82 for the high. today just a few degrees warmer. but you're not going to notice much of a change. near 50 degrees in the shenandoah valley. locally, closer to 60, and still upper 60's. fairfax, 50 degrees. frederick, you're checking in at an even 50. here's your forecast for today. mostly sunny. a few clouds. patchy, thin clouds if any. south wind will bump temperatures up a little bit for tomorrow. back in the upper 80's for tuesday and wednesday. but cooling back down. we'll talk about the latest tropical storm, coming up soon. and its pronunciation. >> is it a dig? at 5:30 in the morning. tropical storm hermine is her name. >> her mean her mean.
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take it to the cameras. things looking good right here. american legion bridge, i see lights. i don't know if that's a car broke down or just somebody getting a ticket this morning. but good luck to them. 14th street bridge, good. scott? >> all right. now moving on to our top stories. a third violent attack at college park, the campus is on high alert this morning after someone beat and robbed a student over the weekend. it happened on hart wick road near route one, not too far from the two earlier robberies. courtney robinson is live this morning with more. >> natasha, one of the attacks that took place in late august happened along enter win house road while three students were waiting for a bus. all of these attacks have taken place in the very early morning hours and in the last 10 days. the most recent taking place as you said, on hart wick road, a
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student actually walking alone in that situation. he was approached by a group of men, and then beaten and robbed. his wallet was taken out of his pocket. cash emptied from that. of course, police are trying to find people responsible for these attacks. they are not sure if these are related and not saying if they are at this point. but of course, students are concerned and on edge. and all of these attacks taking place off campus, between 1:00 and 2:00 a.m. in the morning. so it's important for students to remain in groups, but in all these situations, a large number of people have been coming up to them and approaching them and assaulting them and robbing them. the campus police do have their alerts up on their website trying to make students aware of what is going on so they can take proper precautions. if you have information, please call police. >> d.c. police are investigating
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a drive-by shooting that left three people injured. a man and two teenage girls were shot around 7:00 last night on the 53rd block in d.c. officers still searching for the gunman. >> new this morning, d.c. police are also investigating an accident involving one of their own cruisers. it happened around 3:30 this morning at missouri and new hampshire avenue. police are telling us the car caught fire after the crash. there are no reports of injuries and police are directing traffic through that area. >> a construction worker remains hospitalized after a trench collapsed. it happened yesterday at the regency lane apartment ins capital heights. construction workers were doing construction work when a large pile of dirt collapsed on one of the men. he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. >> 14 d.m.v. offices throughout
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the state of virginia will be open on this labor day giving workers a chance to deal with a backlog of commerce. a computer glitch prevented d.m.v. from processing drivers licenses and i.d. cards for about a week. in alex andrea, fair oaks leesburg and woodbridge will be open from 8:00 a.m. this morning until noon . five stations on metro's red line will remain closed this labor day. they are tacoma, silver spring, forest glen, wheaton and glenmont. crews are making repairs and safety 13wr06789s along an 8-mile stretch of track. the work is proceeding on schedule. the stations are expected to reopen in time for rush hour tomorrow morning. >> as americans mark this labor day, president obama will announce his newest plan to jump-start the economy. observeers can't help but note it comes just three weeks before crucial midterm elections. emily schmidt is in washington with the details.
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>> president obama once predicted a summer of recovery, but on this labor day with unemployment hovering at 9.6%, the administration confirms this week mr. obama will call to extend and expand tax credits allowing businesss to write off development costs and he may endorse a payroll tax holiday. >> the fact is if we had done this designed of thing a couple years ago, we'd be in a lot better shape. they are just flail ling around. >> it comes less than two months before midterm elections when congress may be up for grabs. today president obama unveils infrastructure programs and then more ideas in cleveland, ohio, the same city where last month minority leader john boehner called on the president to fire his economic team. emily schmidt, abc news, washington.
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>> now to the latest on hurricane earl. people in eastern canada are cleaning up the damage left behind after the storm moved through this weekend. it knocked down power lines and tree, including the one that crashed into this home in nova scotia. authorities suspended the search for more victims of the deadly mudslides in guatemala. torrential rains triggered the landslide. officials say there have been at least 15 mudslides there in the past two days. >> still ahead on good morning, washington, shutting down the she's on craig's list. but is it a step in the right direction or just a good p.r. move? >> plus the final stretch for primary season, and a new warning for lock 8 voters. -- for local voters. >> we'll this droid has evolved to do even more.
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>> hi, i'm donna at the national zoo bird exhibit. i'm here with my friends. and we're going to stick around for more news. good morning, washington. >> 5:39 on this monday morning, labor day, of course. obviously very quiet out here. hey, rosslyn, a car! one coming by. normally this time of day, there's traffic picking up and people walking around all over
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the place. lots of sunshine and refreshing outside this morning. let's take a look at the numbers on our doppler. we can take a look at the radar and temperatures. 52 in winchester. 45 in cumberland. 56 along the water in annapolis. camp springs, maryland, 52 degrees. a few degrees warmer than yesterday. a cold front moves through wednesday night. that cold front will drop temperatures down to near 80 degrees for afternoon highs by the middle part of the workweek. so going back to the -- to school. of course, it's the first day back for many area kids tomorrow morning. at the bus stop, we'll be in the low to mid 60's then thursday and friday near 80 degrees.
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comfortable weather. kind of what you like to get this time of year in september. that's the latest on the weather. now let's go back to the news. >> it's 5:40. as you can see, very little traffic. most people have the holiday off. that's the mixing bowl in springfield. no traffic to speak of. american legion bridge. looking good. >> i guess the person with the ticket move on. don't see the flashing lights anymore. here's the 14th street belligerent for you. we will keep tabs on the roads for you this morning and let you know what's going on. 5:41. >> 62 degrees outside. coming up the black widow bites back. wait until you hear how many chicken wings one woman could consume at this annual eating
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we go through them all the time. doors that mark the day's events. new beginnings. endings. routines. revealing the stories and dramas -- the victories and challenges -- that help us go through new doors of our own. be part of the story. colonial williamsburg. there's something you never hear vince gray talk about: his record running dc's department of human services. why? under gray, dhs lost out on millions of federal dollars for missing paperwork; lost money for the homeless; even lost track of foster children. a court ordered gray's department to improve child services. gray's not a bad guy but he was a bad manager. do we want to go back to that?
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>> welcome back. checking our top stories. investigators are looking appear suspects in the third attack on the university of maryland students in 10 days. four suspects attacked a student early yesterday morning along hart wick road in college park. he suffered minor injuries. police are trying to figure out if all of these attacks are related. president obama hitsdz the road this week to unveil a new plan to jump-start the economy. the white house says he'll call on congress to extend and expand a tax credit allowing businesses to writeoff development costs and attend tax credit -- a holiday for --
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>> and mort torse attack a school in southern afghanistan this morning. reports an afghan soldier was wounded during that hour-long battle. there are no reports of any u.s. casualties. natasha? >> to battleground maryland, governor bob ehrlich has released his first tved a of the campaign. it feature it is former governor, family and residents who say the state is in trouble. the primary races in d.c. and maryland are entering the final stretch. but 4 this labor day a few warnings for local voters. brian carter is live in the newsroom with more. >> some voters have already cast their ballots but this morning a warning. both jurisdictions, some campaigns are concerned about misleading campaign information. this comes as candidates make their final push before the primary. >> the district's primary a little more than a week away,
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the candidates are hitting the trail hard. michele ree camp pained for another hoping he will reclaim his job. and councilmember jim graham is calling for looking into the robocall. >> in maryland attorney general doug gansler is already looking into what he is calling a fraudulent campaign flier. the mailing went out to voters in the prince george's county. >> it's completely designed to mislead and suppress the vote. >> attorney general doug gansler stays ballot falsely implies candidates have been endorsed by state and local leaders. reporting live, breian carter, abc 7 news. >> now to the oil disaster in the gulf of mexico.
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investigators are a step closer to figuring out what triggered that massive spill. crews raised the 300-ton blowout preventer. they are looking into why it failed to keep oil from gushing into the water. >> it has been one month since the miners. officials gathered at the mine. after a mine shaft collapsed. officials say it could still take weeks or months to bring those men to the surface. and jetblue's most infamous flight attendant, he needs a new job. steven slater quit the airline last week. you may recall slater got fed up during a flight last month and made a dramatic exit. he opened up the emergency chute and slid down and later charged and arrested with two felonies.
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>> wasn't he supposed to have a reality show? they all get one, don't they? it's about 5:48 this morning. and a beautiful morning this labor day. 62 degrees? >> that's actually one of the highest readings we have. along the bay, water temperature still in the low 80's. if you're immediately along the water anywhere, your temperature is going to be a little bit warmer than the other areas. 66 in annapolis, otherwise in the 50's. eevepbd a few 40's, and getting cooler. >> cooler later this week. here's a look at the numbers. 59 in dulles airport and looseburg, 57. 60 in camp springs, 55 down in fort bell very, what a great way to start off the workweek. well, start the week. finish off the labor day holiday. very refreshing outside with the
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low humidity. let's go to our storm scan and talk about the tropics. this is tropical storm hermine. the national hurricane center sends out a pronunciation list for all their hurricanes listed for any given year, and this is pronounced hermine. so sorry, not hermione from the harry potter. barely a tropical storm right now. maximum sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. so it's barely a tropical storm. moving to the west. should affect the extreme southern texas coastline then move northward into parts of texas later this week. should make landfall some time probably tuesday. tuesday midday in parts of north mexico and even south texas there. as for us, high pressure overhead. that's going to keep us high and dry with a lot of sunshine. we do have a c0e8d front that will be pushing through on wednesday.
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dropping our temperatures for the end of the workweek. temperatures in the 50's. 50 in martinsburg. a refreshing start on this labor day. 82 was the high yesterday. exactly average for this time of year. and later tonight into tomorrow the southerly winds will make it a little warmer outside. tomorrow we climb back into the upper 80's, maybe nearing 90. wednesday a dry front will pass dropping temperatures to near 80 thursday and friday. seems like the typical swings of september. nice to see that. we don't just go up and stay up like we're used to. >> fall, my favorite time of year. it's great. i like this next story. >> adam, stick around. we need your opinion on this. >> this, of course, may be
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called buffalo wings, but no one can carve through a pile of them quite like alex andrea, virginia's own black widow. thomas devoured 181 wings in 12 minutes at the national buffalo wings festival. >> heartburn, much? >> the 5-foot tall 105-pound black widow defeated joey chestnut and i'm sure adam caskey is in training, are you not? to defeat the black widow. >> you know in college we used to -- not do it that way but have contests and your hands would be smelling for days. >> burning? >> five feet tall? how much does -- where is she putting all this? >> it's always the skinniest people who win these contests. what surprised me the the most. did you see the crowd there?
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>> people love competitions like that. >> good training. >> i didn't know there was a profession for it now. but i guess there is. >> bring on the doughnuts. we'll start a competition. >> i don't know. >> you wait. it's 5:53 this morning and 62 degrees outside. >> we'll be right back, you're watching good morn
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>> all right craig's list adult services section is now shut
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down. >> how much have things changed? recently 17 state's attorney generals wrote a joint letter asking to shut the site down. they said it was not doing enough to shut down child trafficking and craig's list agreed to shut it down. >> it's protecting teenagers. >> they have been selling all these things they shouldn't actually be selling. and we don't even -- i think they didn't even claim that they did that. >> craig's list has casual encounters sections. they post ads for things like personal massages and a night's companionship. in the second hour of good morning, washington -- >> more pressure to delay the school day. the latest push to let students get more sleep. >> and good morning.
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i'm courtney robinson live in college park. three separate attacks on university of maryland students have many frightened and asking what more they can do. i'll have the details coming up for you on good morning, washington.
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>> straight ahead, three separate attacks in just two weekst now maryland students are living on edge. >> and summer vacation is almost over for students, but budget cuts could mean big changes in the classroom. >> and after an almost-perfect weekend, what's in store for the week ahead? good morning, washington continues right now. well, good morning, washington. it is 6:00 a.m. on this monday, september . we're glad to have you with us on this labor day. i'm scott duman. >> and i'm natasha. we want to begin on the labor day forecast. it is a nice one. adam caskey, did you have something to do with this? >> yes. naturally. this has been a great weekend. it's going to be a perfect labor day monday that we have. really just another great day. an extension of this wonderful really just another great day. an extension of this wonderful weekend.

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TOPIC FREQUENCY Maryland 15, Washington 12, Craig 7, Us 7, Abc 6, U.s. 5, Adam Caskey 5, Virginia 5, Courtney Robinson 4, Leesburg 3, Scott 3, Emily Schmidt 3, Obama 3, Scott Duman 2, Doug Gansler 2, Natasha 2, Harwick 2, Nova Scotia 2, Adam 2, Glen 2
Network ABC
Duration 01:00:00
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 528
Pixel height 480
Sponsor Internet Archive
Audio/Visual sound, color

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